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My Mp3 player does not plug and play properly in my Xp computer

My Mp3 player (m240) does not plug and play properly in my Xp computer. It simply does not appear as a new device. When I tried to install the driver, the installations says it is not needed for XP. Can you give me any clue to what it is? Thanks in advance Emir

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  • Emir Haleva Mar 07, 2007

    Oops,
    I forgot to tell you that it DOES work out properly with the same cable on ANOTHER XP computer I have.

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    my problem is everytime i charge my mp3 in a computer it does not appear thats y my mp3 still low battery. can u giv a solution from this problem.

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    i have the same problem. everytime i want to charge my mp3 sansa clip player 2gb in any computer it cannot charge. thats why i cant use it because it said that low battery. can u give a good solution about this. thanks

  • brickgate Dec 24, 2008

    My Window Media Play is 11 and it still does not recognize Sansa Clip 2GB as a device.

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Hello dear all

My sansa M240 player was working ok for about 1 year, now I can not see anything on the MP3 player screen but when connected to the computer, I see all the songs are inside the player.
Do you have any solution for this. Any reset option for the Player?

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Necesito driver para sansa sandisk m240 urge este es mi msn [email protected]

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Anonymous

Youmust have instaled MEDIA PLAYER 10 , oderwise your computer will NOT see the device

Posted on Mar 07, 2007

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